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  • Ladies of SEMA 2011: 1

    1September
    2010
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    Going to SEMA is awesome, but for the course of the week, 99% of the people you’ll see are old fat dudes. Fortunately, the other one percent are girls being paid to be there, and Patrick Rall took their pictures. Meet the ladies of SEMA 2011! More Ladies of SEMA >>>>

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    1968 Dodge Charger R/T Hemi – the Dodge Charger sold well in 1966 and 1967 but when the 1968 Dodge Charger was introduced, it had an amazing new look that took the automotive world by storm.  The sleek new shape was an instant success, and today it is among the most popular of the Mopar …

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    Here’s another cool product I saw at SEMA. While HID Headlights look awesome, dropping them into a project–or any car they didn’t come with stock–is a huge undertaking. Fortunately, for those wanting to get that bright white look, there’s Sylvania’s Silverstar zXe replacement bulbs. Sylvania uses a proprietary Xenon halogen gas which gives an HID …

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    1966 Dodge Charger Hemi – the Dodge Charger met the world in 1966 and with it came the introduction to the Hemi Charger.  Packing a 426 cubic inch Hemi with 425 horsepower, the 1966 Dodge Charger with the Hemi was among the most powerful cars available to the public and the fastback body style gave …

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    OK, I get one image per post here. And initially, I wanted to post a picture of RePlay’s XD1080 camera. But while the camera itself looks cool, given the choice between video of a 426MPH top speed run on the Salt Flats or a pic of “water-resistant, hard anodized, rugged aluminum housing” I’m going to …